- International Markets
- Local Market
Use of Loading Facilities
We are committed to providing our customers with quality crude oil and refined petroleum products reliably, efficiently and responsibly through diverse loading facilities.
Bunkering is a service provided to our clients as part of Bapco’s trading and marine business. Our bunkering barges are well-maintained to meet the industry best practices and standards. Our vessels are equipped with certified hoses and manned by highly competent seafarers, ensuring safety, precision, and operational efficiency. Bapco owns two 95 gross tonnage (GT) in-port/offshore bunkering barges under the name of Bapco 2 & 3, delivering Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel within Bahrain ports jurisdiction. Through continuous investment in our marine fleets, the upgrading of the existing barges and the extensive use of double-hulled barges, Bapco will be able to meet the relevant international regulations for the construction and classification of ships for the safe handling and transportation of hydrocarbon liquids. Hence, Bapco can provide customers with the best solution to meet their energy needs, today and in the future.
Sitra Wharf, Bahrain
Situated at the entrance to Khor Qhaliya in the North East of Bahrain, the wharf consists of six main berths – 4 berths on a T-pier and 2 berths on a sea island – for ocean-going vessels. Additionally, it has a 7th berth where small vessels of up to 73 meters in length and a 4.8 meter sailing draught may be berthed. The wharf is used by Bapco to export LPG, Naphtha, Jet Fuel, Gasoil, Fuel Oil, Asphalt and Base Oil. It is also used to import Gasoline and intermediate stocks.
Asphalt Plant, Bapco Refinery
Subject to Bapco’s acceptance and their adherence to the road safety regulations set by the Kingdom of Bahrain, suitable trucks of 25 Metric Tonnes capacity may enter the Asphalt Plant, inside Bapco’s refinery to load. Asphalt quantities loaded are to be determined using a weighbridge located inside the refinery.
Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP), Bahrain
Bapco uses Khalifa Bin Salman Port for the exportation of its Sulfur pastilles.
For more information, visit Khalifa Bin Salman Port .
Ras Tanura Terminal, Saudi Arabia
Bapco uses Ras Tanura Terminal to export the government of Bahrain’s barrels of Abu Safah crude oil.
For more information, visit Aramco – Ras Tanura Terminal .